Release day at Flourishes

November 13, 2009 at 11:44 am 2 comments

I created this card for the limited supplies challenge at SCS and was so happy to come up with a card featuring a stamp from Flourishes Christmas Tea set, to be released tonight.    The image on this card is a little deceiving – it’s actually a set of three stacked tea cups, but I only wanted the bottom cup on this card, so I carefully inked the image then drew in the back of the cup. 

Limited supply cardinala teacup

The image was stamped in Palette Noir and colored with copics from the Sky and Fuschia collections.  The blue papers are from SEI’s Winter Song pad, and the red glitter paper is my last sheet of holiday paper from last year.  An EK border punch was used for the scallops. 

This set has some great images – especially for making cards and tags with tea or coffee related gifts.

I hope you like what I have created – please visit the Flourishes Newsletter more more inspiration using this set.

Thanks for stopping by!

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sharon  |  November 14, 2009 at 2:23 pm

    How every clever of you to make a single cup out of a stack of them. Your colors are wonderful and the addition of the rhinestones makes just the right finishing touch.

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  • 2. ChristineCreations  |  November 17, 2009 at 11:12 am

    So smart to make it a single cup Nancy! Such a pretty card! Love the scallops along the bottom as a finished edge.

    Reply

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